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now from abc7, live breaking news. >> dan: good evening i'm dan ashley. >> ama: i'm ama daetz. the breaking news is in the east bay with trouble at the top of another bay area police department. >> dan: diane stewart is on administrative leave tonight. you may remember her heart felt words during the memorial for fallen police sergeant. >> ama: the city manager wouldn't talk on camera, but did confirm that the chief has been placed on administrative leave pending the completion of a personnel investigation. >> dan: stewart is hayward's first female police officer. that was in august of 2011. before that she was an assistant chief. it was a department she joined as rookie officer in 1986. >> ama: mark kholer is acting chief. this leaves three major bay area cities with fill ins in the police chief's office along with hayward, oakland
and san francisco also looking for chiefs. abc7 news was at saint mary's cathedral as people talked about the qualities they would like to see in their next chief. the police commissioners listened. they will decide who will be the permanent chief. >> we are looking for folks who have an advanced degree and are elevated and connected to the community. we are hearing qualities of honesty and integrity and an understanding of the san francisco environment. >> the academic qualifications are being cute myselfed -- being scrutinized. he is declining to do that citing pry saw so reasons. >> the oakland mayor launch had her city's nationwide search for a new police chief today. the city leaders plan to hold community forums next month. that includes listening to young people about what they want in oakland's next chief. the mayor intends to post the job announcement in 10 days and start interviewing
candidates in november. the mayor hopes to hire a chief by the start of next year. the police union leaders believe the hiring process has taken too long. >> ama: sky 7 shows donald trump in the bay area tonight at a big money fundraiser on the peninsula. >> dan: that's right. guests paid $25,000 each to hear trump speak in woodside and san mateo county at the home of a silicon valley ceo. >> ama: lilian kim is there live for us tonight. lilian? >> reporter: ama and dan, we were told 40 guests attended the fundraiser including former new york mayor reu dooy guiliani -- rudy guiliani who arrived in woodside with the candidate himself. >> reporter: the motorcade includes chp vehicles and suvs. it was held at a woodside home of the guests had to pay $25,000 to attend and unlike in a volent clashen betweened
protesrsduppos, th wit appears it worke at keeping protesters away. clinto sporter w showillar coursef the evening.he you are the only person hereight now. >> i thought there would be more protesters. i am a hillary supporter as well as anti-trump. >> reporter: trump is trying to make up in fundraising dollars. he is far behind his rival espec silicon valley. >> people are looking a the what they cantionally ere aehapel stp up and support him. >> he is no stranger to hosting the fundraising events, democrat or republican. trump in his hood.appy to have >> i am glad he is here. i don't want to sppt hillary clinton. i am not a hillary fan at all. >> it lasted less than two hours. his next stop is the centra valley where he will attend
another fundraiser. >> abc7 news. >> a silicon valley tech executive in 2010 is campaigning for hillary clinton in denver. the ceo is looking at business leaders inolorado. meanile, clinton is busy raising money in the hamptons. jon bon jovi and jimmy buffet are performing at buffet's house. president obama is coming to northern california this week to tack about environmental issues. the event focuses on picies to protect lake tahoe and surrounding areas. >> ama: colin kaepernick is getting a special invitation tonight. it is the latest reaction to decide to stay seated during the national anthem. nt invited kaepernick to attend the police academy after he said it tak longer to become a cosmetologist than a police officer. melanieoodrow is here with
our story. melanie? >> reporter: ama, the training invitation includes the fourth option simulator. e sheriff's office is not alone inlling on kaepernick the alameda county sheriff's office invited 49er colin kaepernick to see what law enforcement training is all about. >> it is a great opportunity for him to come out a do what we do. office extended the invitation to the basic academy via facebook after kaepernick made this stament. >> somebody lding a curling iro has moreen location than people holding a g going out on the streets to protect us. >> the peentages we hold them to pass their tests and the physical training and the backgrou check to get in there to begin with, i tnk >> the san francisco plice officer's association took a different approach. the union sent a letter to the 49ersd the commissioner and said we will n stand by while he attacks police officers in the country with
statements such as people are on paid leave while people of color are killed. the san francisco police commission says there is lots of work beg done to cereat equity and sety. >>mo folk wan t be abo safe and just communities. let's get in the game. >> are you going to be a person that actually goes out and does something about it, or are you a perverbial monday >> knickhasotack and donothing ? responded to the invitation. mill knee woodrow, a -- melanie woodrow, abc7 news. >> we have been taking a poll on our twitter page to find out how you feel about kaepernick's decision. >> ama: more than 1,000 people have weighed in. 30% agree with their decision. 40% don't. 28% say who cares? >> dan: we have a picture of a car likely connected to the man shot in belmont. investigatorselieve this car , a 2001 volkswagen beatle is
associated with a man walking in traffic. a chp officer shot the man when he charged at the offic with a kfe. 41-year-old man is in the hospital wit sus injuries. >> ama: newly installed cameras helped stop an eape attempt. deputies saw the escape as it was happening yesterday. surveillance video captured rying tolimba fence nd his sandals were caught in the wiring. she wasndvocate for jail. >> we pushed hard for cameras. we got new cameras and a much better resolution. i think the cameras prevented the escape other than the heads up deputies that were paying attention to the upon teres. to the monitors. >> he was arrested for petty theft, a misdemeanor and scheduled to be released in a week. instead he will now serveore
time. >> ama: brock turner iset to go to jail. it closes a loophole giving discretion when it comes to sexual assault and cases where unconscious.s intoxicat he received a six-month sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. prosecutors urged a judge to impose a six-year prison sentence. >> dan: a couple now faces animal cruelty charges for the scalding death of their dog. you are looking at a picture of sproct takenefore he was hurt. he brought the dog to an emergency animalclinic in may. they claimed a cup of boiling water spilled into sprocket's crate. the peninsula of humane society said sprocket was placed in thehot liquid. >> ama: coming u soone going after threatened sea
otters with a gun. >> dan: next, the person who sh and killed at least three of them. and the reward being offered tonight. >> ama: pl video shows a man whoppears to smoke crack on what the agency is saying tonight. >> dan: also ahead, running the wrong way. what lead to a wrong turn that could disqualify some bay area runners from the boston marathon. >> sandhya: i am sandhya patel and live doppler 7hd is tracking a system that is bringing us mild and muggy how this will factor into your up.ast for tomorr coming >> ama: thank you,andhya. first here is a look at what live."ing up onjiy kimmel jimmy? >> i have see the re and its this. >> here it is wolf blitzer.
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kae is live in santa cruz th latst for us toght. katie? >> reporter: at least three seaotters have been shot and killed. the fourth dead otter is expected to have been shot. it is an appalling crime to thi ocean lovg community. we found this sea ott in santa cruz before sunset. it is a sight that never gets old f ocean enthusiasts. >> tere are babies out tere rolling around. >> they we outraged to hear three sea ters were shot and killed and their bodies washing up on santa cruz beaches. his area,t a marine ttn sanctuary. its a shame. >> tere is a $10,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and the conviction of the shooter.
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of dat job wereger a number scovered. >> yu heard the olaying going the ext me. turns out it it likelyco some runners a chance at the ma. ou are looking at runners in yesterday's santa rsa marathon and they should have turned left . groups tooka turn and everybody decide to follow. >> to be honest it is part of the responsibility to know the course. >> dan: digital tracking software shows they returned to the wrong course. they added a mile to the race and many ofthe runners ended up wh times toolow t qualifyor boonic is real she. an alr 26extra mile me-ce. >> ama: not good of time to not a bummer.her which is
>> it is gorgeous. >> sandhya: you know what, it is gorgeous. we have not seen the hot weather around here. we will change it up for the holiday weekend. let me show you the time lapse from earlier tonight. this is from the east bay hills camera. if you were out and about and caught the sunset it was amazing. it had a little of the tropical feel. it was spectacular thanks to the crowds coming in associated with a hurricane in the pacifi that's w we areeing the cloud cover in the bay area and even picking up the moisture in those clouds on live doppler 7hd. they are adding to the. humidit in the bay area asant.59 degrees is typically right now we are bordering almost 60 degrees. if it feels a bit humid to you, this is part of the reason why. the tropics and the satellite is showing some of the midand high level cloudiness moving in. most of the energyis goin
the nths far as the cud co aiad with the system. we will keep track in case there is a small possibility the north bay could see dry lightning. ne mdeline and i ia cat 3. we also haester. hawianhao are eyeing the lestseend a n thee f days it is expected to dump some heavy rain, five to 10 inches and isolated amounts. that may lead to flash flooding and mudslide. keep this in mind. there is an amazing shot as w oala with muntain view and san jose 59 in half on thereas been patchy fog. low 60s from sa to vato. live look from the kg rooftop ld and muggy i the
morning. slight chance of thunder in the north bay. below average temperatures continuing into september. here is a look at your hour by hour pnn. cloudy andumid. fo aut the crack ket. 4:00 p.m., it is breezy and upper 80s.low s to t at 7:00 p.m. part cloudy withth tempatures droppg back do. tomorro morning we will start out with low 50s to the low 60s. humid and mild. here is a look at the hour by hour forecast. 5:0.m. gustomis a hor. this trend continues into the afternoon. the clouds d tou n places like half moon bay and san francisco and all the way to the upper 80s inland. everyone else in between concord's temperature trend. it goes down on wednesday and thursday and then it comes back up in time for your holiday weekend plans. slight chance of drylightning in thrth bay. it loong slimmer and
slimmer. low 60s to upper 80s and then we will drop the temperatures inland. the latter part of the workweek. but by labor day we will warm it up, upper 80s to low 90s for the warmest spots. >> in case you are missing the heat. >> ama: thank, sandhya. >> dan: remembering one of mark's greatest fun intoe men. ama: when the
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big on the first of three against the astros. everything is bigger in texas including the errors. gonzalez grounds the b it pops oof of his glove. instead o escaping the inning they load the bases and take the lead. theases are loaded and 2-0 astros. e a's with a chance to return the favor. bases loaded ihe fifth for danny valencia. he strikes out to end th inning e little guy with the b pop. crushes the homer to left. astros win it 6-0 your final. nick hundley and the rockies doing the giants a favor. two-0 rockies over the dodgers. doubles off the wall. rockies win it big 8-1 your final. giants had the nht off.
here is a ga and a half lead over the giants and they will host cardinals tomorrow night. all eyes are on kris common mccaffrey. c-mac set a recordwith,8 all purpose yards breaking barry sanders recd a there a higher expectations this year. >> he has been lock eld in 10 minutes -- locked in 10 minutes after the rose bowl. that's who he is. there is no more anticipation than there would be any other year last year. he just can't wait to play football again. >> last year i went into the same mind-set and continued to work out. my goal is justo t as m rd an score many touchdowns as possible and win as many games as possible. >> first day of the u.s. open and djokovic bothered by his
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